Thursday, July 25, 2019

Global Security Newsletter // July 25

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July 25, 2019
What Type Of Shareholder Owns Compagnia Immobiliare Azionaria S.p.A.’s (BIT:CIA)? - Simply Wall St
Did the CIA’s heavy reliance on technology open the door for Iran? - Kansas City Star
Ex-CIA director General David Petraeus counters Imran Khan’s claim that Pakistani intelligence agencies... - Firstpost
Justice Department plans to restart capital punishment after long hiatus - The Washington Post
Conspiracy theories, excusing Russians, attacking Mueller: How low can Republicans go? - USA TODAY

What Type Of Shareholder Owns Compagnia Immobiliare Azionaria S.p.A.’s (BIT:CIA)? - Simply Wall St

Simply Wall St
Every investor in Compagnia Immobiliare Azionaria S.p.A. (BIT:CIA) should be aware of the most powerful shareholder groups. Generally speaking, as a company grows, institutions will increase their ownership.
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Did the CIA’s heavy reliance on technology open the door for Iran? - Kansas City Star

Kansas City Star
Did the CIA’s heavy reliance on technology open the door for Iran? Kansas City StarGiven that China, Russia and Iran are allies, what are the odds that the Chinese shared findings they had made between 2010 and 2012 about the CIA's spy ...
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Ex-CIA director General David Petraeus counters Imran Khan’s claim that Pakistani intelligence agencies... - Firstpost

Firstpost
Ex-CIA director General David Petraeus counters Imran Khan’s claim that Pakistani intelligence agencies... FirstpostFormer CIA Director Gen David Petraeus has said that he is.
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Justice Department plans to restart capital punishment after long hiatus - The Washington Post

The Washington Post
Devlin Barrett Reporter focusing on national security and law enforcement July 25 at 12:40 PM The Justice Department announced Thursday that it plans to resume executing prisoners awaiting the death penalty, ending almost two decades in which the federal government had not imposed capital punishment on prisoners.
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Conspiracy theories, excusing Russians, attacking Mueller: How low can Republicans go? - USA TODAY

USA TODAY
CLOSE Mueller Day was a day of shame for the former party of national security. Republicans rehashed fever-swamp theories aimed to please Trump and Fox News.Robert Mueller has finally testified before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees.
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